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Old 10-18-2015, 07:55 PM   #121
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Dear KG, here are the model numbers:
Microwave-remember it is outside vented JVM6175EFES
Dishwasher with stainless steel tub GDF620HMJES
I got these part numbers from the Home Depot website.
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Old 10-18-2015, 08:35 PM   #122
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Dear KG, here are the model numbers:
Microwave-remember it is outside vented JVM6175EFES
Dishwasher with stainless steel tub GDF620HMJES
I got these part numbers from the Home Depot website.
Steve are you happy with your purchases from Home Depot?
I read some mixed reviews on the same models of appliances from one store to another, ie Home Depot and say Sears.
Love that dishwasher btw!
The microhood, I think I need to look for a higher CFM if I chose that Samsung gas range at I think it was 57,000BTU...
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Old 10-18-2015, 08:41 PM   #123
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My mom would not recommend Sears.
She bought a new dryer. It quit working 2 weeks later. They gave her a run around and a half. She finally had to call corporate because the store told her one thing then didn't show up. They did that 3 times.
They finally gave her the money back.
It was one of the higher end dryers.

I don't know if that was just her Sears or a company wide problem.
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Old 10-18-2015, 08:57 PM   #124
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cinisajoy, it's at least two locations. We had a couple of run-ins with poor service, but the last straw was about repairing a defective lawn mower nine years ago. We have not shopped at a Sears since.

K-girl, we have had the best customer service on major appliances from Lowe's. We shop there instead of Home Depot because of that.
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Old 10-18-2015, 09:09 PM   #125
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We've bought a number of appliances (different brands) from Sears because they offer the best price. I've had one service call and it was handled properly.
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Old 10-18-2015, 09:58 PM   #126
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Steve are you happy with your purchases from Home Depot?
I read some mixed reviews on the same models of appliances from one store to another, ie Home Depot and say Sears.
Love that dishwasher btw!
The microhood, I think I need to look for a higher CFM if I chose that Samsung gas range at I think it was 57,000BTU...
Kgirl, I was happy with the appliances I got from Home Depot. The prices were better, and the delivery was reasonable.They had a discount package if you bought more than one appliance. Also, we got a rebate from Maytag on the refrigerator.
I cannot understand how buying the exact same appliance can vary from store to store unless one is selling seconds
As far as the microhood, how many times will you be using more than 2 burners at a time?
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Old 10-18-2015, 10:42 PM   #127
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Happy shopping Kgirl..we did lots of it.
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Old 10-19-2015, 12:17 PM   #128
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Kgirl, I was happy with the appliances I got from Home Depot. The prices were better, and the delivery was reasonable.They had a discount package if you bought more than one appliance. Also, we got a rebate from Maytag on the refrigerator.
I cannot understand how buying the exact same appliance can vary from store to store unless one is selling seconds
As far as the microhood, how many times will you be using more than 2 burners at a time?
Very good point Souschef!
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...I cannot understand how buying the exact same appliance can vary from store to store unless one is selling seconds
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Many of the major national retailers have their own model numbers for an item. The appliance may have a minor difference such as no butter compartment or different shelves and the model number will differ by one digit. This allows them to negotiate a lower price from the manufacturer and makes them safe from "price matching" claims. I know Best Buy, Home Depot and Lowe's do this. I think Sears does as well.
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Old 10-19-2015, 12:50 PM   #130
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Many of the major national retailers have their own model numbers for an item. The appliance may have a minor difference such as no butter compartment or different shelves and the model number will differ by one digit. This allows them to negotiate a lower price from the manufacturer and makes them safe from "price matching" claims. I know Best Buy, Home Depot and Lowe's do this. I think Sears does as well.
If you want to add small appliances to that list, add Walmart.
Oh and the customer service for small appliances bought at Walmart is one place regardless of brand.
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